“Why must being young have to equal unfulfilling, short, relationships that can often be confusing and can almost certainly not be called love?”
To the window, to the wall, till masturbation is destigmatized for all.
“A not-insignificant portion of our peers is receiving extremely mixed messages when it comes to issues of sex and sexuality.”
“Contrary to the normalization of hookup culture, kink and depiction of sex in media such as ‘Euphoria,’ today’s teens and young adults actually have less sex than older generations did at the same age.”
“As a woman, it is always a losing game when it comes to sexuality.”
“Ironically enough, living with thousands of peers can feel dramatically isolating. It’s as though everyone can find someone that wants to be around them all the time, or at least for an hour around 1 a.m.”
The world has continued to allow the abuse and belittling of women to pop up decade after decade in new ways every time. The next generation of young men should be trying to stop these social issues, not create new ones.
Let’s have a super fun, maybe sexy, Valentine’s Day with consent and communication being the best gifts of all! Let’s discuss gift ideas that may or may not spice up your sex life — consensually, of course.
New data from Butler’s spring 2012 American College Health Association survey shows surprising information: Less than 50 percent of Butler students used contraception the last time they had sex. The association surveyed 436 Butler students, all between 18 and 24 years of age, male and female, homosexual and heterosexual. The actual wording of the question…